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The Mercedes-Benz GLE: Embodying the True Essence of Elegance

Everything from its brilliant LED headlights to its iconic Star emblazoned prominently on the front grille, the Mercedes-Benz GLE truly defines everything that a luxury SUV should be. First introduced over twenty years ago, the reinvented GLE leads the way on every street and avenue in Fort Myers and is poised to continue dominating the roads as we roll into the future.

 

 

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Which 2019 Mercedes-Benz GLC Model is the Best for Me?

Part of what Fort Myers drivers love about New Mercedes-Benz Cars and SUVs is the wide range of options, but it's not always easy to find the information you need to choose the best fit for you. Here's a brief rundown of what drives the different 2019 Mercedes-Benz GLC SUVs, so you can find the perfect fit for your next Cape Coral tour or Legends Golf & Country Club visit.

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Drive in the Rain Without Hydroplaning

Hydroplaning can seemingly happen out of nowhere, and the best advice to avoid that situation is to avoid driving on uneven or windy roads during heavy rain. If you have to be on the road, do your best to keep distance between you and drivers in front of you. Stay calm to keep yourself from hitting the brake pedal too hard.

You definitely should not be driving in heavy rain if your tires have not been maintained. 

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Tire Pressure Light Coming On? Here's What You Need to Know

If your tire pressure light suddenly comes on, you might be tempted to panic. Don't! Your car's tire contains sensors that are linked to your car's computer. These sensors let you know as soon as the air pressure in your tire changes. Sometimes, this could simply be a normal part of driving. Topping off your tire's air can help. Other times, you may have more of a problem that requires assistance from a trusted auto service shop.

If you run over a nail or get a tear in your car's tire, your pressure light will…

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Why Your Vehicle Needs Engine Cooling & Radiator Service

Your vehicle's engine produces a lot of heat. Thousands of degrees, as a matter of fact. With all of this heat trapped under the hood, a properly functioning cooling system is imperative.

The cooling system works much like the human body's circulatory system. Coolant, also known as anti-freeze, travels through a system of hoses that is powered by the water pump. The coolant cycles through the radiator which uses cooling fins to allow the coolant to release the heat it has absorbed from the engine. After that, it goes in for another round. 

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